|Mastaba of Mereruka|
Teti, who was pharaoh during the VI Dynasty. He was also married to Teti's daughter,
Hert-watet-khet. She is buried in the mastaba as well as their son, Meriteti. The paintings on
the wall in the entrance show Mereruka painting the seasons and playing a board game. The
first three chambers are painted with scenes of furniture making, hunting and goldsmith
working. There is a sacrificial chamber at the far end of the mastaba with six pillars. In this
chamber a statue of Mereruka was found intact. Hert-watet-khet's, Mereruka's wife, rooms
are on the western side of the mastaba.